Why Does My Cat Hiss at Me?

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The main reason why a cat hisses is for defence purposes. It is an issue of warning against something it does not like or an enemy. The cat may also growl to issue a warning.
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Cats hiss and growl when they're either feeling disturbed or threatened by something. It's a type of verbal warning that the animal gives off before it takes further action. While
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Your cat may feel threatened or may just want you to leave him/her
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Hissing is an act of defense. The cat is issuing a clear warning saying "carry on approaching me at your own risk.A cat that's hissing is trying to frighten whatever it's hissing
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A cat makes hissing noises indicating that it is unhappy about something. If one approach it when it is unhappy, he/she may be bitten by it. Therefore, be noticed when a cat hisses.
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